Noun(1) a young woman making her debut into society
(1) the women's team includes eighteen year-old debutante Katharine Merry(2) Tea parties were Irene's favorite activity, and Elisa loved to pretend she was a high society debutante (which she would be in a matter of years but the girl was impatient).(3) But since he is a millworker, and she a debutante , Allie's parents disapprove and eventually they are separated when the Nelsons return to the city, and Allie to college.(4) Without going into too much detail, Mr. Skeffington is the story of an orphaned but popular young New York debutante and her morose brother, who squanders their fortune.(5) In 1839 she came out in society as a debutante , with the Nightingales taking an entire floor of the Carlton Hotel in London's Regent Street to mark the event.(6) But the council's acting chief executive Kim Corrie doesn't think being a debutante has gone out of fashion, and she's hopeful there'll be enough women for a ball next year.(7) First Kipps falls for upper-crust debutante Helen Washington.(8) Joyce Anstruther, as she then was, ├ö├ç├┐came out├ö├ç├û as a debutante into the society marriage market.(9) The year is 1949 and Lisa Norton plays Miriam, a 19-year-old debutante who has just run away from her parents.(10) Reno is still interested in Billy romantically but Billy explains to her that he is in love with Hope Harcourt, an American debutante .(11) They single out a debutante , Cecile de Volange, new to society and under the ever-watchful eye of her mother, and Hortense de Tourvel, a settled lady of a certain age.(12) Did her voice really sound that much like a Jewish American Princess debutante ?(13) Fashion is a relative word when you're eight - at least it was 20 years ago - but, even then, a dark salmon cardigan ain't gonna make any young debutante the belle of the ball.(14) In contrast to the dazzling young debutante , Princess Mary looked hopelessly plain despite wearing a light green dress.(15) Elaine Webb never got the chance to be a debutante when she was a teenager, so she's decided to do it 40 years later.(16) As a lieutenant in the Life Guards, he wed his first wife Susan, an 18-year-old debutante , in 1956.
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